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Wireless charging for electric vehicles

Wireless charging for electric vehicles
Paul Pickering
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“Wireless charger”. “Electric vehicles”. Two concepts that are much talked about. Putting them together in a single sentence, as in “let me hook up my electric vehicle to my wireless charger?” Not so much.

Almost all EVs today use conductive charging, but there are lingering concerns. Safety is a potential issue, especially in wet conditions. Home-based 110V or 220V systems take up to 10 hours to fully recharge an EV. Public fast-charging stations have more power available and can charge EVs in much less time, but they take up large amounts of space, and the equipment can be stolen. Also, fast chargers can degrade battery life.

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